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Kudos to you and the Johns Creek Herald for two very thought-provoking articles about freedom of the press (April 27, 2017). As an old lady, I have observed the history of this great land over … more
Health insurance is more than a policy, it’s peace of mind. It’s knowing your family will be cared for and not having to worry about going broke when you get sick. That’s why I strongly … more
I am 15 years old, starting 10th grade at Johns Creek High School in the fall, and I’m learning how to drive. I’ve seen in the Johns Creek Herald the many drug- and alcohol-related arrests, … more
The Herald recently ran the story of the 61-year-old woman who shot her 37-year-old mentally impaired daughter in an Alpharetta hotel and then turned the gun on herself.I do not have all the details … more
Thank you for your insightful and forward thinking article “Coyote Ugly.” Many people are unaware that the coyote is not native to the southeastern United States. The USDA introduced the Coyote … more
I have no doubt that Ray Appen is a terrific grandpa. But his disconnect between the circus and cruelty to the animals exploited in the circus is puzzling. I’m positive Ray wants to shield his … more
Ray, I can appreciate your happy memories as a child visiting the circus. The circus is closing down because of the animal exploitation involved in “tiger taming” and “elephant … more
I read “What I want my daughters to know,” (February 9 Alpharetta-Roswell Herald), and thought there were several good points in it. I would like to offer a differing opinion to the … more
It is shameful that the state of Georgia is encouraging its citizens to kill coyotes in order to obtain a free hunting license. The Georgia Coyote Challenge lasts for six months and is being … more
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